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February 24, 2014
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So how did everyone here pay for their surgeries? I'm interested in a nose job and v line jaw surgery but they cost thousands of pounds. Are you all just really rich or did you fundraise/save up/get a loan. If so, how long did it take to get the amount you needed, was it easy etc etc. I'm interested in hearing lots of different ways of achieving your goal xx

May 19, 2014
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you work more or harder for your plastic surgery. :-) 

I don't think you can receive a loan for your plastic surgery... You can ask your family for help. 

Sacrifices is giving up something good (going to the restaurant once a week for example) for something better (your surgery)

I'm sorry for my english. :) 

June 18, 2014
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Is there a thing called medical loan? Since plastic surgery loan doesn't sound right.

June 19, 2014
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I'm not interested in hearing things like 'work harder' as I'm disabled with no income

I just thought it would be nice to have a discussion about different successful ways to raise enough cash for surgeries

obviously if they're unique that means not everyone can do it, for example there are ppl who have had plastic surgery done on the NHS which means they got it completely free and it's immensely difficult to get that

so no more 'just work harder' thanks, just funny unique stories of ppl getting their goals  xx

June 19, 2014
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Dominique Main said
I'm not interested in hearing things like 'work harder' as I'm disabled with no income

I just thought it would be nice to have a discussion about different successful ways to raise enough cash for surgeries

obviously if they're unique that means not everyone can do it, for example there are ppl who have had plastic surgery done on the NHS which means they got it completely free and it's immensely difficult to get that

so no more 'just work harder' thanks, just funny unique stories of ppl getting their goals  xx

Nice one. :)

June 20, 2014
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I think most people have to save up for a while. Personally, I'm a student so I plan on getting a job and saving a majority for my plastic surgery trip to Korea. Since you are disabled and don't have a job, maybe you could try making money off of a hobby of yours. You can sell your artwork on the internet or you can edit writing if you are good at that sort of thing. You could also finance your medical fees so you're only paying a couple hundred dollars a month (with interest) rather than paying thousands of dollars all at one time. Hope this helped some! :)

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Maybe a Kickstarter?

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Saving up mostly. Asking some family for a small loan added with all the saved up for years kinda thing. ;'(

December 1, 2015
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I'm also disabled and consequently jobless. Really my only advice is to cut back wherever you can - don't buy things you don't need, don't spend as much money going out to eat, going to movies, etc. if you tend to do that kind of thing. You can also ask your friends/relatives to support your effort instead of giving you gifts for Christmas/birthday/etc. I'm still far away from my goal myself :( I hope you let us know how the saving is going.

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